The 17th Philippine presidential elections is scheduled on May 9, 2022. With less than four years before the elections, it's quite easy to guess the politicians aspiring for the presidency.
Rodrigo Duterte has just been sworn in as the new President, one who has expressed strong political will even before the elections, and people's expectations are high towards a big change to come.
The Philippines can tax activities and items of religious group except for furtherance of belief like sale of bible and stampita. Sale must not be for profit. No license fee for priesthood either.
Though it looks imposing, the Shenyang J-15 proves to be laughable in real life. From being called "The Flying Shark," it later came to be known as "The Flopping Fish." And in the end, it killed and injured more of its pilots than that of the enemy.
From 1999 to 2009, Cambodia was hailed as one of the world’s fastest growing national economies, second only to China in the Asian region. In 2012, Cambodia's annual GDP was projected to slow but still outpace World, US, OECD GDP estimates with...
PHUKET GIRL(2) After watching the film "Bangkok Girl", a CBC Canadian television documentary, I decided to begin writing a series of articles about sex trade workers in Thailand. The reason the film inspired me to write my own stories, is because...
Philippine rice farmers in Pila, Laguna are a sturdy lot. Most fields in the area are not irrigated and those along the bay faces a scenario of flooding during the rainy months.
Landmines still plague Cambodia Srok Khmer. Many people die each year as a result of the remaining mines planted by the Khmer Rouge Regime in the late 1970's. This is the story of a man who was forced to plant them as a boy-or face death-and who removes them from memory, one at a time...
On July, 12th 2016, the arbitral tribunal ruled against China’s claim of a nine - dash line area after the Philippines initiated arbitration questioning China’s claims to much of the South China Sea maritime area. And over the past two years, the South China Sea has seen new movements.
Great Firewall is actually keeping Chinese people away from the most popular websites of the world: what would happen if one day this form of censorship ceases to exist?